Eyes Wide Open Cinema is a film club that have curated and screened some of the most interesting films of this year.
For their latest film, they chose “Call Me By Your Name,” directed by Luca Guadagnino, which tells the story of an American student who falls in love with his professor’s son.
The club utilises a simple template for their monthly screenings: invite a guest speaker to discuss the film after it has been watched and wine is served.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema is a film festival and an online community dedicated to creating an honest and fun experience to watch films.
The best films of this year are selected by the Eyes Wide Open staff, with top ten lists on their website. They also have monthly feature focus on what they think is good and interesting in the world of cinema. Their target audience is everyone who likes movies.
Eyes Wide Open is a film festival that makes cinema available to anyone and has become more mainstream with its new location in Brighton.
The festival is committed to screening films from different countries, continents and continents.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema is an annual film festival dedicated to celebrating adventurous, independent, and boundary-pushing cinema.
The film festival started in 2013 and has grown ever since. In its third year, the festival screened 40 films from 18 countries around the world. In 2017, it will move to new location in Brighton and provide a space for filmmakers from across Europe.
This year’s program includes many anticipated films such as One-Eyed Girl directed by Clarisse Loughrey, which tells the story of a young woman trying to escape her past before it catches up with her.
This year has been an exhilarating one for cinema. It was a year of global cinematic brilliance that showcased what we love about the movies. Content-wise, 2018 was largely defined by topicality, with a range of stories reflecting the most urgent issues of our time.
The Eyes Wide Open Cinema is an annual selection of the best in new filmmaking created in Brighton and Hove over the last 12 months.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema aims to provide a platform for independent film, with the first two seasons featuring short films created by filmmakers from across the country.
Brighton is a city in which independent filmmakers could take their art and create something that is innovative and inspiring. This is how Brighton has become such an important location in the film industry.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema is an independent film festival in Brighton. Its vision is to represent the diversity of filmmaking and show the best films from across the world.
The festival includes short films from all over the world, feature films, documentaries, and student work. It also hosts talks by directors, producers and others connected with film.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema began in 2008 as a means for filmmakers to share their work with others in order to raise awareness about their art form.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema is an independent film review website founded by a Brighton-based team back in 2013.
Our mission is to promote screenings of the best independent films and industry events, and to provide access to a diverse range of perspectives on film. We also aim to challenge, inspire and bring together the people who work in the film industry.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema reviews every single film that comes out at festivals across Yorkshire, as well as hosting its own curated programme featuring international premieres of high quality.
Eyes Wide Open Cinema is a film festival showcasing the most interesting films within the cinema right now.
The festival is based on a yearly theme which it follows throughout the year. They choose topics including but not limited to: British cinema, Female directors, Digital Cinema, Queer Cinema.